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This is great. GLWS!
Thank you so much…
So… can I choose which elements to anymate and how?
I’m already using a one-page template. Do you think there could be some conflict with that?
And is there any support?
This plugin is working with any theme.
Yes support is available.
You have to add css selector for element to animate and you can select different animations for each element.
Let me know if you need furthur help.
I NEED TO KNOW HOW DOES IT WORK, DEMO OR DOCUMENTATION, SHORTCODES, PANEL CONTROL TO CREAT TEXT OR IMAGE ANIMATION
good work maybe i purchase
See this screenshot: http://cdn.sbthemes.com/sb-scroll-animation/screenshot-1.jpg
You have to insert css or jquery selector in one field and you can also select animation.
You can insert unlimited selectors using Add New button. No need to any shortcode.
Suppose you have ul tag with class products and you want to animate all li of product ul. Than you can add “ul.product li” in field and select animation in drop down.
I hope it will clear your doubts. Let me know if you need more clarification.
Hi! I was looking through the animations, very nice!
It looks like your site has already animation installed.
I am not sure my plugin will conflict with your default animation or not.
What my plugin do is you have to insert css class or id in admin panel for which you want to animate.
If you give me wp admin access than I can check my plugin with your theme.
You can send details at email@example.com
can this addon be used to animate with scroll like this :- http://sebidev.com/gs-animated-scroll/education/ ? If so, can you please provide a example? I would definitely buy it if it does
This plugin is not working as your example.
My plugins purpose is different.
Is there a code to make sure the element is fully visible before doing the bouncein effect on my divs etc?
You don’t need code for this.
Let me explain how this works.
When you scroll down all visible elements will display with animation.
Visibility is depend on which effect you have selected. Some of elements need hidden to apply proper animation. In some animation hidden not required. So it is dynamic.
You just need apply animation from admin side and it will automatic visible on scroll with animation.
Let me know if you have further questions.
i try to save an animation, but when i click on “Save”, my animation is not saved ..
Can you help me ?
Can you send me admin login details so I can check?
You can send details at firstname.lastname@example.org
Is there any way to add a delay on an animations? For example, if 2 animations are coming it at the same time because they are both on screen, I’d like to delay the lower one by a few second.
Sorry but this feature is not available right now.
May be we will add this in future.
I saw that you added this. It works great! Thanks so much!
SO glad I found this, it makes page animations so easy! However, I do want to second tee_na’s request – an optional animation delay parameter would add a lot of power/control to the plugin. There are lots of scenarios where having the animation wait a fraction of a second would make all the difference.
Yes it’s under development and may be I will launch in next 1 week.
Yes I know this is very helpful feature. I will add soon this feature and you will get new version notification so you can update to latest version.
That’s awesome, thanks!
Hey there. Just checking in on this functionality, my client is hoping to launch in the next week or so and we really need it, thanks.
I think we can launch this in current week. So I will inform you once it’s done.
Great, I appreciate it!
Animation delay option is added. I have uploaded plugin to codecanyon and it is under review process. It may take some time.
So if you need immediately then please send me your email address at email@example.com and I’ll send copy.
Hi again. I’ve been making good use of the delay function, it works very well, thanks for adding it! I hate to be picky, but I just discovered one tweak that I would love to see. As it is now, that delay doesn’t appear to work for elements that are already in the frame when the page loads, just for those that appear as you scroll. It would be great if the delay function worked in the latter case as well, so that the element waits X seconds to flow into the page. This will be great for attention-getting elements that you don’t want to appear until they’ve already started viewing page content. Thanks!
Edit: It dawned on me right after I wrote this request that the functionality I’m describing can be done with CSS transitions. I’m going to go ahead and use that for my current project, but it would still be cool to see this in the plugin.
Just confirming: You need option to when to start animation, right?
I mean not immediately start animation when element is display in viewport but give option so you can set pixel difference from bottom edge to start animation.
Please confirm if this is what you need then I think I will launch new version in next 1 week or may be few days more.
Hey there. I think maybe I wasn’t clear. All I’m asking for is that the delay setting work for all animations, not just the ones that are triggered when you scroll down. So if I have my H1 animated at the top of the window, I can set a delay so that it doesn’t appear until X seconds after the window is loaded. Right now it seems that the delay setting is meaningless for those elements – they animate immediately regardless of the delay setting.
Can you give me example. I do not understand what you mean.
No problem. Go to this URL, which is not a true WP page (I just copied the code into an HTML file for development purposes) but still uses your plugin for most of the animation: http://dev.visitingmedia.com/wp-content/themes/atlas-child/styles/testing_vmp.html
The orange widget that comes up on the right after a few seconds (which is important – we don’t want that appearing at the same time as everything else) was animated using CSS, but only because I couldn’t get that delay to work with your plugin – even with the delay turned on, the widget popped up immediately when the page was loaded. So what I want is for that delay to be honored even when the user doesn’t need to scroll to see an element like this.
Oh, Got it.
Thanks for explanation.
Sure I will try this to implement this and will inform you about progress.
The feature you requested is already working.
I just setup in my local and added 2 elements in html which both are visible on my screen without scroll.
And I set different animation for both respectively 1 and 2 seconds delay. And it’s working for me.
Make sure your css or any other animation property is not affecting in your installation.
I’ll be damned, you’re right, sorry about that. I’ve been working within an HTML-only copy of my testing page, and most of your plugin still works in that context, but apparently that feature doesn’t. Never mind!
Is your plugin capable to do everything and exactly like this scroll animation?
No it not works on horizontal scroll.
The concept you gave is totally different with this plugin.
What this plugin do is animate HTML elements based on scroll like my demo.
Let me know if you have more questions.
Do you happen to have a slide entrance/exit effect? I see the regular slide but not the entrance.
Do you have any example site?
Try fadeInUp with more speed. Its almost similar.
I also don’t seem to be able to delete jQuery selectors after I create them. I realize that it’s possible that there’s a plugin conflict, but I tried deactivating all plugins other than this one and the result was the same. :/
Problem is with your theme’s jquery.main.js file.
Line no 11: if ($.browser.msie && $.browser.version <= 7)
Here it gives error that $ is undefined.
Please replace that $ with jQuery word and check again.
Ah, so sorry, I should have tried it with a default theme. :/ I implemented your solution and it is now working at the code level, thanks a lot for your help.
The only problem now is that the Settings screen is acting weird: it still won’t let me delete existing jQuery Selectors and I can’t even change the parameters – when I hit Save it always reverts to the previous options. This is still the case even when I have the Twenty Fourteen theme active. It’s not a huge problem since I can edit at the code level, but I thought you’d want to be aware of it.
Thanks for information.
I will surely check it.
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